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Archive | Movie Review
Five films about poor whites.
Good, bad, and ugly are sometimes rolled into one.
And male, too.
Movies on Amerindians, the Alamo, and ICE.
Hollywood glorifies black radicalism and cop murder.
Happy Black History Month!
Trial by Media.
Recommendations for racially conscious cinephiles.
Clint Eastwood ponders white displacement in Gran Torino.
Some off the beaten path recommendations.
Jared Taylor talks about his favorite movie.
Need a pick me up?
An international look at crime, totalitarianism, and conflict.
Movie and TV recommendations for our brothers and sisters in quarantine.
A pro-white film about South Africa.
A review by George Zimmerman.
We are still in the shadow of the Great War.
Every white advocate should watch it.
A review of Queen and Slim.
What should dissidents be watching?
White heroes unpopular with critics, but not moviegoers.
We learn more about ourselves than we do about him.
"The criticisms of Joker . . . are stunning for the shameless level of scorn and hatred brazenly heaped upon white men."
Dare we celebrate the achievements of white men?
. . . so long as you are a “white dude.”
Batman viewed from the Right.
South Africa’s present could be our future.
Movie stands racial reality on its head.
A look at Zack Snyder's "300."
Blacks are dreaming of a homeland.
The fantasy kingdom contains the seeds of its own destruction.
A fictional answer to whites' real-world success.
Twisting the facts to fit the narrative.
Hyped Figures: John Glenn And The PC Myth Of Katherine Johnson–Unsung Black Women Were NOT What Got Us To The Moon
Paul Kersey on John Glenn's death.
A review of the documentary film Cartel Land.
Annie with an afro.
Once America is overrun, "gated communities" take to space.
And the critics love it.
“History” in the service of ideology.
Review of the film Prometheus.
Movie insists humans must make room for alien "refugees."